Placing good bets is one way to make money quickly and is often legal, but most individuals would say that is a better way to go broke. To make fast money, one has to be creative, competing with thousands of other individuals doing the same thing.
Most university students graduate with skills of some kind. If they are good at translating ideas so others can understand them, these skills could provide a means of earning money. With the internet, one’s audience is worldwide. Using a blog or a full-blown website platform, it is possible to teach classes in English, French, or Spanish: any language for which there is a market of eager students. While attending college courses is expensive, hiring an online tutor costs much less. No wonder consumers are willing to pay.
The ability to frame a photograph in an eye-catching way is not only the purview of professionals or photographic artists. Artistry is not what everyone wants either. Most of the pictures consumers are exposed to on a daily basis over the internet, such as images of exotic cities for travel blogs or seasonal nature shots, are effective, not artistic. Amateur photographers can make fast money by posting their pictures for purchase using an app.
Potential clients type in terms of interest: a picture with children, bicycles, solar collectors, or classic cars. Maybe the picture must contain three specific elements: frost, pumpkins, and a ’67 Chevy. Buyers type in requirements. Photographers tag their pictures with terms like those above. Connections are made and photos sold. The person posting his images takes a portion of the money paid for them, sent straight into his Paypal account.
Even as the internet spreads throughout the world, there will always be people who resist the web or parts of it. They might manage email but be unwilling to engage in online sales via Craigslist or eBay. Acting as an agent, one posts these people’s products, takes a cut, and makes fast money.